Logan Sander

Logan Sander has a B.A. in Comparative Literature from Princeton University with a certificate in Chinese Language and Culture. She served as the president of the Princeton University Press Club and her freelance work has been published in various journals and newspapers including TIME.com, the Forward, and the Toledo Free Press. Her interests in theatre and the arts have led her to work with acclaimed Irish actress Lisa Dwan and Irish Times writer and literary critic Fintan O’Toole on a production of Samuel Beckett’s Ill Seen Ill Said.

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Will There be a “Cure”? We Talk with the Former Commissioner of the FDA

Hydroxychloroquine, Favilavir, Gimsilumab, Remdesivir—chances are you’ve read these names (even if you can’t pronounce them). These tongue-twisters are among hundreds of drugs and vaccines undergoing clinical trials to become...

Why Is Testing So Important? Answers from an Infectious Disease Expert

As many states in the U.S. approach lifting stay-at-home orders and social distancing restrictions, some governors and health officials have doubled down on calls for testing as the only...
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Harvard Architecture Students Imagine “Monuments for Small-Town Life” in Clyde, Ohio

In January of 2020, Midstory partnered with an architecture studio at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design to host an exhibit of student work premised on designing a community gathering space for the city of Clyde, OH. The Midstory Team sat down with course instructor and architect Pier Paolo Tamburelli to learn about the premise and to share with the Midwest audience the beauty, critical reflection and, ultimately, kindness from the possibility of new collective life in Small-Town, USA.

Vision in Crisis: A Review of Bird Box

“The store was packed. This thing seems serious.” A relatively stable and somewhat morbid fascination with the apocalypse has sustained itself through years of the film industry, from The Day...

At a Standstill: A Midwestern Response to the 1918 Flu Pandemic

Ten years ago in Toledo, Ohio, it was an everyday sight to see downtown streets devoid of human life, the lone fast-food paper bag tumbling across the sidewalk as...

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